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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | Episode 09 – 2016 | August Highlights

This time of year often brings slightly cooler water temperatures in Lembeh and to our delight, we’ve noticed many more baby frogfishes are around than normal. Coincidence? We think not! Some of these ultra-cute froggies are in this video as …

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | “Grazing” – Sheep of the Costasiella Family

Many know these adorable little sap-sucking slugs (technically not nudibranchs) as ‘Shaun the Sheep’, due to their resemblance to sheep grazing on grass. They are tiny (from just a millimeter up to about 12 millimeters maximum length) and can be found …

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | Episode 08 – 2016 | July Highlights

This episode features some of the highlights of July, including a lot of baby frogfishes, oodles of nudibranchs (including the Melibe colemani) and some awesome cephalopods like the wunderpus and flamboyant cuttlefish. The king of photogenic fishes, the weedy scorpionfish (aka ‘Rhinopias …

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Sascha’s top 10 favourite gear for underwater photography & videography

Underwater photographers and videographers love getting new gear, but are they toys or tools? We talk to Photo Pro Sascha to find out what equipment he recommends for getting the best possible macro photos and videos from your setup.

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | “Biting Off More Than You Can Chew” – The Brown Moray

If you don’t have hands to hold on to your food, it can be tricky to eat. Especially when your meal has venomous spines on the pectoral fins, like the catfish. These spines with barbs got stuck in the mouth …

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